The Princess loves Max and Ruby. They are a loveable brother and sister, who get up to all sorts of activities with friends and their grandmother. Their parents are never in any of the episodes which is bizarre to me, but the show is very child appropriate. We have many of their DVD’s and much to my dismay, they are toddler friendly, which means after 10 seconds of selection, it starts by itself.
Well Max and Ruby are now putting on a play this December 15th at the Sony Arts Centre in Toronto and I think this will be a great birthday gift for my little girl. She’s getting older now so her attention span will be longer and I think to see this live will make her so happy. Toronto4Kids is having a pre sale of the tickets with a special code so if you are in the Toronto area and your child loves Max and Ruby, then this may be the show for you!
One of the perks of living in a major city is that there is always lots of fun-filled things to do with the family, especially on a long weekend. Here are just a few things that you and the family can enjoy this Canada Day!
- Toronto Ribfest. A personal favourite of mine, this combines two of my choice pastimes; eating and carnival rides. With a selection of 16 rib vendors, live music, shopping, fireworks, carnival rides & games, this is sure to be great time for the whole family. Running from the 29th to the 2nd, from 11 am – 11 pm, its sure to be a good time!
- Canada Day Celebrations at Woofjocks. If you are a dog lover, than this is for you. Located at The Pet Discovery Centre at 245 Queen’s Quay West where there will be demo’s of canine sports. Best of all, admission is free!
- Canada Day at Queen’s Park. A tradition dating back to 1967, celebrating Canada Day at Queen’s Park kicks off on July 1st at noon with the 21-Gun salute. Food, entertainment, ride and activities for kids, youth and adults!
- Canada Day at Fort York. Come celebrate Canada Day and the bicentennial of the War of 1812. There are fun activities for the kids, like singing and dancing with songs from the 1812, writing letters to the children of 2212, scavenger hunts and crafts. From 10 – 5 on July 1st at the Fort York National Historic Site. Admission is free.
- Canada Day at High Park. From 12 – 4:30, learn all there is to learn about Canada Day, The War of 1812 and the founding of High Park itself. Admission is free.
- The Red, White & Vinyl Festival. Vinyl 95.3 is hosting the third annual Red, White & Vinyl festival at Woodbine Park. With all-Canadian line up, Family Fun Zone, Disco Party and the fireworks from Ashbridges Bay, rain or shine, this event is sure to go out with a bang!
- Canada Day Sweet’s Tour. Take a stroll in the Kensington Market for a Canadian Culinary tasty tour where you can sample our national sweet treats like butter tarts and maple syrup! With a guided tour, samples and sweets, how can you go wrong!
- For a full list of events, check out Toronto4Kids.com.
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